Since this is fragrance free it is also suitable for sensitive skin.
This make-up oil is used by professional make up artists and is industrial strength yet extremely gentle on the skin. It will remove even the most stubborn of make up including waterproof mascara.
This formula contains only natural condition and softening oils. Unlike synthetic oils, the natural oils in this formula will be easily absorbed by your skin, are non-greasy and non-comedogenic (does not block your pores).
Since oil attracts oil they will dissolve and remove any excess oil on your skin.
Unfortunately conventional alcohol based make up removers and wipes can be especially drying or irritating to the skin. Also, if they are not washed off properly, they can leave active cleansing ingredients still on your skin.
If they remain, the residue from them may expose your skin to excess amounts of various chemicals including emulsifiers and surfactants.
These can dry the skin and also irritate it. Some of them also contain various preservatives including formaldehyde, which can be an allergenic, as well as fragrances.
Unlike conventional make-up removal wipes and solutions our formula will not dry your skin or cause irritation. Contrary to this, our formula will nourish your skin and condition it.
It will also allow your cotton removal pads/balls to glide easily and remove stubborn make-up without causing skin irritation usually caused by excessive scrubbing and friction.
Your skin will be left balanced and hydrated with every trace of make-up removed.
“Like you I’m not perfect, I’m myself warts and all.
But I embrace my true nature and stand firm and stand tall.
I glide with pure grace and I march on a mission.
For I was sent here to tell you that you’re all in transition.
It may not feel easy, feels like life is a bitch.
But it’ll be made so much easier if you embrace your inner witch.”
Budding witches would do well to get on Instagram in particular and connect with their fellow Insta Witches. “Sharing their idiosyncratic stories and lifestyles adds to our spectrum of understanding of what it can feel like to be a woman and a witch.”